At Hamilton Construction we take pride in the family we’ve built. Many of our employees have celebrated 10 or more years with Hamilton and value the family dynamic. We have a team of talented, passionate, and dedicated people and they are the secret to our success.
Hamilton offers a work environment second to none. We are a big family and we take care of one another. The culture starts from the top and trickles down - management pays attention to the needs of each person and project, provides support and room for growth, and offers competitive compensation.
Hamilton Construction has earned a reputation for delivering quality projects, compressing schedules, and reducing costs. Many of our partners also say we are a pleasure to work with. Our years of experience, talented team, and valued partners make it easy to maintain our excellent reputation.
Safety is our top priority. Our people and our partners are the reason we operate, and sending everyone home safely is a vital part of each day. Our safety program encourages and empowers all team members to identify and correct unsafe practices, and we provide comprehensive training and benefit programs to ensure our culture of health and safety is possible on and off the job.
Hamilton is well versed in alternative contract delivery methods including Design-Build, Design-Bid-Build, and Construction Management General Contractor (CMGC). Past projects illustrate our success offering constructability review and value engineering during design and preconstruction phases, as well as our success collaborating with stakeholders to exceed expectations during construction.
Hamilton Construction Co. started in Springfield, Oregon as a small firm installing concrete road and irrigation systems in 1939. While we have made a name for ourselves with major bridge replacement and rehabilitation, we work on a variety of large heavy civil construction projects. Hamilton has an emphasis on transportation projects, but our true specialty is building with limited and difficult project access. We understand the importance of stakeholder and permit coordination and the complexities associated with working in high-traffic urban zones, populated recreational areas, sensitive natural habitats, short work windows, and remote project locations.